A free sound synthesiser for live coding designed to support computing and music lessons within schools.
Use code to compose and perform in classical and contemporary styles ranging from Canons to Dubstep.
Videos from the Strange Loop conference in St. Louis, MO.
A ton of interesting talks!
A good summary of some of the cool things about Lisp (and Racket, which I’ve never been in contact with).
It’s nice to be in a city were a lot of good artists stop by on their tours.
So far I’ve managed to see:
Tether is an interactive web application created by Jono Brandel in collaboration with Plaid. The track is accompanied by a series of graphic shapes that gradually evolve as the music progresses.
Plaid live tonight @ 1015 Folsom, SF. Excitement.
BTW I’m Currently residing in SF (short term work assignment), gonna be here for 3 months. Good stuff so far!
Been settling in, so that’s why I’ve been extra slacking with the blog.
Repl Electric - the-stars
Live coded in Overtone and Shadertone using Clojure.
Performed in London.
Documentary about Kraftwerk by Malik Bendjelloul. RIP Malik.
Great stuff. Related:
Unuil, spray paint and posca on wood. 2014
This started as a Quil sketch.
Almost a year ago I posted about a colourlovers.com clojure client I hacked together. Today I decided to put it up on github finally. No changes what so ever since then, sadly. I hope it still works, heh.
I also included the messy example Quil sketch that generates the images seen in my blog post as a gist link in the README.md.
Bear in mind that I’m still very much learning Clojure. As such the code is what it is. Not very good.